Security

Security

Configure secure access for instances (2/4)
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Configure secure access for instances (2/4)

Introduction In this tutorial, part of the getting started series, we will explain what a security group is and how you can create IP filter rules, this way you can get SSH access to your instance (virtual machine). SSH (Secure Shell) offers an encrypted, secure connection over an unsecured network (internet) for client-server communication. In other words, log in to your instance remotely. Prerequisites: Fuga Cloud Account
Create a cloud instance (3/4)
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Create a cloud instance (3/4)

Introduction In this tutorial, part of the getting started series, we explain how you can create an instance (virtual machine) with ephemeral storage, how you create an instance with a bootable volume and how you can add and change the security groups of an instance. Before you create an instance, you need to know what type of storage you want to use. You can configure a new ephemeral instance or a persistent instance.
How to use Security Groups to tighten security
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How to use Security Groups to tighten security

One of the great features of OpenStack (and therefore our Fuga Cloud service) is the use of security groups. With security groups you’re able to very precisely define access rules to your platform and instances. In essence, they give you a free, fully customizable firewall. In this article we'll tell you how you can use customized security groups to grant access based on the roles of the instances within your Fuga platform.